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Perspective from Allen Schaeffer, executive director of the Diesel Technology Forum:
The journey to cleaner diesel fuels, particulate filters and near-zero nitrogen oxide engines that took place in the 1990s through today has not been entirely smooth. But, we have witnessed the diesel engine develop into a near-zero emissions technology. It was a challenge for both manufacturers and their customers to be patient as engineers worked to meet dual challenges of near-zero emissions and boosting fuel economy.
But a more than decade later, here we are. Diesel is time-tested, battle proven, reliable and constantly improving — enough to dominate the trucking industry for more than half a century. It remains the gold standard for trucking today. It would take more than 60 of today’s modern diesels to equal the emissions of a single model from the 1990s. That’s progress. And yet more is being asked of truck and engine manufacturers in the clean and efficient diesel department.
Visit the link below to read Allen's full article.
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